|MIT 24.263 The Nature of Creativity, Fall 2005 - MIT OpenCourseWare|
Instructor: Irving Singer This course is an introduction to problems about creativity as it pervades human experience and behavior. Questions about imagination and innovation are studied in relation to the history of philosophy as well as more recent work in philosophy, affective psychology, cognitive studies, and art theory. Readings and guidance are aligned with the student's focus of interest. View the complete course: http://ocw.mit.edu/24-263F05
Keywords: Philosophy; creativity; creation; emotion; discovery; invention; experience; evolution; affective computing; meaning; aesthetics
|Wearing Emotions by FakePress, presented at the IV10 conference in London, July 2010 - Salvatore Iaconesi|
The video shows the presentation of the paper titled "Wearing Emotions: Physical representation and visualization of human emotions using wearable technologies" presented at the IV10 (Information Visualization 2010) conference at South Bank's college in London, on July 26th, 2010. The paper and presentation describe a research process focused on the scientific research, design and implementation of wearable devices able to display human emotions - be them individual, group or global - on physica...
Keywords: interaction design; information visualization; wearable technologies; information aesthetics; interactivity; ethnography; emotions; emotional technologies; affective computing; performance; art; design; conference; lecture
|Virtual Social Interactions in an Affective Driven Environment - Jonathan Vitale|
Aim of this work is to investigate a system able to detect facial expressions and to use them in a model for automatic affect recognition, in order to further investigate models for social interactions mediated by social signals.In this work, the theory of the core affect of Russell plays a crucial role, since it allows to describe emotions as a set of latent variables, which defines a core affect space where the points describe all the possible emotional states of the subject...
Keywords: Human Computer Interaction; Affective Computing; Emotion Recognition; Kalman FIlter; Gaussian Process; Dimensionality Reduction; Russell Core Affect Theory